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noun as in holder for physical object
In one set of experiments, he stressed the animals by trapping them inside a wire-mesh container for 30 minutes.
Some TVs can’t decode certain formats, like DTS or Dolby Atmos, which means this trick won’t work on movies encoded in those containers.
Engineer Charles Carron of Grenoble, Switzerland, suggested that a 40-foot-long, 20,000-pound, bullet-shaped container should be added to the tower’s silhouette.
Officers then carried out an hours-long raid on the publication’s offices, cordoning off large sections of the newsroom and carting away containers full of confiscated material, as the newspaper’s staff live-streamed the proceedings.
The carved stone container holds a miniature llama or alpaca carved from a spiny oyster shell and a gold sheet rolled into a cylinder about the length of a paperclip, the scientists report in the August Antiquity.
After walking block after block holding that container, he had suddenly discarded it and was now clutching a gun.
They should be brought out one at a time and used immediately, rather than possibly leaving a container open.
We fill every container, bucket and bathtub in the house and it lasts us until the next time.
As a test, Sun shipped over a container stuffed with apparel made in his home province.
A heavy trowel is used to retrieve a mass of your chosen kind of ice cream from its tub and put it in the cardboard container.
He reached into the plastic container and drew forth a handful of brownish objects that smelled to Kieran like dried fruit.
The most common relations are cause and effect, container and thing contained, and sign and the thing signified.
An empty cigarette box can be easily changed to a useful container for talking-machine needles, as shown in the sketch.
Misagàsà ang sag-ub nga natumba sa batu, The bamboo container went crack when it fell on the stones.
Ikay nagsalsag sa sag-ub, You broke the bamboo tube water container into slivers.
On this page you'll find 90 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to container, such as: bag, bottle, bowl, box, bucket, and can.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.